In case you were wondering how serious Cadillac was/is about building a competition luxury sport wagon, you can rest assured that it’s planned to go into production in the Spring of 2009 alongside the coupe and sedan at General Motors’ Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant. Production should be approximately 10,000 to 12,000 units per year, and most of the wagons will head for Europe after they’re built.
The engine and transmission will likely be the same for the wagon as the coupe and sedan – a six speed automatic or manual transmission, the 300 horsepower direct injected 3.6 liter v6, possibly a 2.9 liter diesel v6 and a 2.8 liter v6 for the European market.
Keep in mind that the end product may not even be called “CTS”. Like many are figuring, the CTS “Coupe” will likely be named CTC – and the wagon could be named CTW (though I hope not).